Timothy James Walker, or TJ as he’s known by everyone, is a 15+ year veteran of the television entertainment industry. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism from UNLV. Go Rebels!
TJ started his career as a freelance Production Assistant in 2005 on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) Season 2. It was there that he learned the ropes and developed a love for TV & Film Production. Not one to stay in the PA role for long TJ moved up the ranks and worked as a field coordinator and office coordinator for TUF before moving into the role of Production Manager starting on Season 8. TJ went on to PM over 20 seasons of TUF, including 3 International editions.
After some time freelancing on other projects and a short lived time working a job in sales (which TJ will tell you was the absolute worst), he went on to become a Production Coordinator for R&R Partners, the largest advertising agency in the state of Nevada. There he worked with a variety of clients including Catholic Charities, Signature Flight Services, TOBUT, Circa, SNWA, and The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). Working mainly with the LVCVA, TJ went on to produce dozens of pieces of content ranging from video, radio, OOH, digital, and print.
TJ is married to an amazing woman named Dorothy. Like really amazing. Words can’t quite describe her awesomeness. He is the devoted father of 2 boys ages 2 months and 7 years. He is an extrovert and although he can talk to just about anybody he enjoys spending most of his time with his wife and kids, video gaming (Xbox all the way), and watching movies (he’s seen hundreds in his lifetime and has a personal collection of over 200 blu rays). He also enjoys riding his bicycle but he does so carefully after a nasty fall resulted in a collarbone that broke in 4 places and required a plate and 8 screws to fix. But at least now he technically can call himself a cyborg.
TJ is honored to take on this new role at BMG and looks forward to bringing his experience, professionalism and positive attitude to the role. He is a firm believer in collaboration and communication and feels leaders should never ask someone to do something they aren’t willing to do themselves.Back to Profiles